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Teenage Depression Extra tracks, Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (19 Feb. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Captain Oi
  • ASIN: B000LP4NQ6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 194,034 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Get Across To You
2. Why Can't It Be?
3. Show Me
4. All I Need Is Money
5. Double Checkin Woman
6. The Kids Are Alright
7. Teenage Depression
8. Horseplay (Wearier Of The Schmaltz)
9. Been So Long
10. Shake
11. On The Run
12. BONUS TRACKS Writing On The Wall
13. Crusin' (In The Lincoln)
14. Wooly Bully
15. Horseplay (Single Version)
16. 96 Tears (Live)
17. Get Out Of Denver (Live)
18. Medley: Gloria
19. Satisfaction (Live)
20. On The Run (Live)
See all 23 tracks on this disc

Product Description

- Oft viewed as the band that merged Pub Rock and Punk Rock, Eddie & The Hot Rods first appeared in 1975 and Teenage Depression was their debut LP which reached No.43 a year later - Includes all of their No.43 hit Live At The Marquee EP as well as the Top 40 title track - Also featured as a bonus are the Wooly Bully and Writing On The Wall 45s - The iconic artwork is now complemented by a detailed liner note, a full discography and pictures of all relevant singles sleeves

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kev the Greenman on 19 Jun. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Tracks 16, 17 & 18 are the original tracks from the classic "Live at the Marquee" E.P from 1976 - this is worth the price of the CD alone!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pangolin on 18 Nov. 2006
Format: Audio CD
So Malcolm McLaren might have invented the term, but this album, which appeared before the Sex Pistols hit the scene, tuned straight into a young, music-loving public who were fed up with the self-obsessed and pretentious rock sound of the mid seventies. I was a Feelgood fan, but then I heard this album: how could the beat be so fast, the lyrics so anarchic? The title track says 'I'm spending all my money and its going up my nose' in an unashamed reference to the glue-sniffing that was epidemic at the time 'My probation man says 'you know you oughta quit', I say don't you hang me up now with none of that sh**t!'. Its commonplace now, I know, but at the time it was mind-blowing. I bought this album on vinyl and played it until it was too scratched to play, even with all those old pennies on the record arm. The energy of the playing wasn't bettered through the whole of the punk revolution and I always thought of the Sex Pistols as just jumping on the already-rolling bandwagon. When I taped my copy, I added the tracks from the 'Live at the marquee' E.P., which made the perfect addition to an album which could only be faulted in being too short!
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By M. Fenton on 12 April 2015
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
a bit dated but things got better on end of the line
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By joseph t finnie on 7 Sept. 2014
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Play it the best, you will play nothing else.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
First rate early punk rock 26 April 2005
By Joel W. Barnett - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Hotrods were an early UK punk group, high energy, but essentially a revved up mid-sixties sound. They were not a revival group, nor were they a full blown "punk" group ala The Damned or The Ramones. It's difficult to explain, but this is a great record, including early 45's, first LP, and several later singles.

I bought the USA version of the LP when it came out in 1976 and still love it. If half way between Dr. Feelgood and The Damned's first LP means anything to you, you'll know why this is such a good record.

If you like punk rock from 1976-1977, this is essential.
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As fast and snarling as a hot rod! 20 May 2006
By Scott Mcgredy - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like the Undertones and the Buzzcocks, you'll love this - Blazing rock'n'roll recorded live at the Marquee and in the studio 1976. I played my orginal vinyl LP to death, so it's great to finally have this on CD. The LP had 12 tracks; This has those plus 11 extras. Brits Eddie & The Hotrods- Barrie Masters (vocals), Dave Higgs (guitar), Steve Nicol (drums), Paul Gray (bass) played pre-Punk R&R with a hint of Pub Rock and more than a nod and a wink to '60s garage bands, plus sped-up covers of ? and The Mysterians ("96 Tears"), The Who ("The Kids Are Alright"), Van Morrison/Stones ("Gloria/Satisfaction" - yes, it works!), but the real surprise is a driving version of Bob Seger's "Get Out of Denver". Their original numbers are not too shabby either; "Get Across To You" should/could have been a hit single. 8-page booklet is informative. No frills rock'n'roll!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
British Pub Rock, fast and loud! 21 Jun. 2005
By Joseph P. Ulibas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Eddie and the Hot Rods were a pub rock band. But their style of classic old school rock made them popular amongst punk bands such as The Damned. They even toured with each other during the early days of the U.K. punk movement. One of the members of the Hot Rods (teenage bassist Paul Gray) would later join the Damned!

Teenage Depression is a strange disc. Half of the tracks were recorded live. Several cover tracks (live) are covers whilst the others are studio tunes written by Douglas, Gray and Hollis. The music is classic rockabilly, nothing flashy or ground breaking. Rocking sounds that'll keep you bumping and a bopping! This is the band's best disc in my opinion.

Highly recommended!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Oi !! I Want Another Pint! 16 May 2010
By T. McKenna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
One of the greatest rock album covers of all time (it hangs upon my wall), this re-released pub rock classic crackles the speakers from the opening riffs to the last power chord. Island Records originally messed with this Rods effort upon its release in the states back in '77, dropping certain studio tracks in favor of tacking on some live EP material to capitilize on the American's penchant for live performances. This has all been corrected as the LP is back in its original form, with the addition of numerous bonus tracks - the aforementioned live tracks, some rarities and a handful of A and B sides. Crank this sucker up and just imagine the pint glasses crashing off the walls way back in the 70's....5 stars
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
At Last! 21 Aug. 1999
By David V. Watts (dwatts@wt.net) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well at last - at least one of the early Rods albums have finally made it to CD. I think perhaps you had to have been there to fully enjoy this album. It isn't going to win any new converts to the Hot Rods. But then again, don't let my view color your perceptions too much.
Basically the Rods were a pub band who made it "big." This album was their first - though not necessarily their best. The title track actually charted. Other than that - well there isn't anything bad about this one - just nothing outstanding. If it were rleased as a new Cd today it would no-doubt bomb badly. But it's a little bit of England - a drop of late 60's R & B living through the 70's. There's a very good reason that a number by the Who is on this one.
Personally, I can't imagine NOT owning this one.
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